Fern Creek Lodge

4628 Hwy 158, June Lake, California, 93529, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 4628 Hwy 158, June Lake, is near June Mountain and Double Eagle Resort and Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from June Lake

    Tioga Pass Road

    A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jun 10, 2014

    34 photos

    ... were placed by the glacier now precariously positioned on the smooth granite domes. The glacier melted about 18,000 years ago. To the west there were snow covered mountains.

    We spent the afternoon exploring Tuolumne meadows. The ground is covered by snow for the majority of the year. The plants only have about three months of growth. The meadow was only just starting to flower, apparently by July there is a spectacular show. The water from springs and snow melt ...

    Keen(s) Park Rangers

    A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on May 15, 2014

    8 photos

    ... shaped ones, and multiple waterfalls. Also you could look straight down onto Yosemite Valley, as well as the rest of the park. We then ventured around the general store as well as stopping for a few view points of the vast landscape, before returning to our site. Once again we were warned heavily of the danger of bears in particular, and we told either eat all the food you had or store it in a designated box, so we went for the first choice! "Breaking ...

    Yosemite

    A travel blog entry by lcgordon on Oct 21, 2013

    6 photos

    ... I'm sure they all smoke pot over here!) Although there were people milling about at breakfast, there were very few people on our first trail, the silence was broken only occasionally by a deer rustling in the grasses or a bird call. Bagged a couple of trails then returned to the food court for some free coffee and hot chocolate. After that we jumped in the car to take the hour drive to Mariposa Grove. An area of giant Sequoias trees. ...

    Yosemite or Bust

    A travel blog entry by pugetview on Sep 27, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... stout, show-stopper junipers, as well as the usual pines, and lovely, huge aspen. Other side of ridge---down 2,400 feet on 52 switchbacks! What an ordeal getting here! But pork dinner and warm, clean sheets make it worth it.




    But what made the day an ordeal was the lake. Actually, the lack of a lake. Lake Edison is a reservoir that, because of the drought, is more beach than lake. Had to walk ...

    The geology of Yosemite valley

    A travel blog entry by twogosouth on Aug 22, 2013

    3 photos

    Seeing all of the amazing views made me wonder how Yosemite Valley we created so with the help of a book and an annoying geologist this what I found: 220 million years ago. Due to the subduction of the pacific plate under the american plate, molten rocks rise up to make volcanoes. 80 million years ago. The rocks that make up the volcanoes get eroded exposing the old magma domes that have ...